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True or false? The discomfort index is one measure of the economic costs of instability.
True. The discomfort index is one measure of the economic costs of instability.
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User: Economic instability has high economic and social costs. True or false!

User: The discomfort index is one measure of the economic costs of instability. True or false?

User: Economic instability has high economic and social costs.

User: True or false? The discomfort index is one measure of the economic costs of instability.





Weegy: True. The discomfort index is one measure of the economic costs of instability.
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